KS3 and KS4 Percentages Worksheets
Knowing how to calculate percentages is an integral part of mathematics and is a skill used regularly in later life, so it is imperative that your student understands how to work out percentage calculations. At Cazoom Maths we have a plethora of maths percentages worksheets at your disposal, so whether you need a percentages of amounts worksheet or percentage increase and decrease worksheet we have you covered.
Maths Percentages Worksheets For Kids
We have no doubt that you will find percentage worksheets a real help when teaching your child or pupil to work out basic and more advanced percentage calculations. In fact there’s a high percentage that with a Cazoom Maths worksheet your student will ace their way through percentages.
The Importance of Percentages in Everyday Life
All areas of maths shape our everyday lives in some way or another, but none perhaps more so than percentages.
Mastering percentages at school helps students understand many aspects of how the world works, and prepares them for adult life. When applying for a credit card or loan, you make repayments with a percentage interest rate. When saving money, the bank will pay you interest at a percentage rate. When shopping, prices are reduced by a certain percentage of the cost. These are just some of the examples where percentages are used in daily life, but there are so many more instances where it is beneficial to have a good knowledge of percentages.
Real Life Examples Aid Students’ Understanding of Percentages
Maths worksheets are a great tool for helping children master the essential skills needed to progress through their maths education, as well as being beneficial to their understanding of the world.
Using quality worksheets on percentages either in the classroom or at home can help students grasp this essential element of maths. Worksheets using real life examples have the added benefit of teaching children about the applications of percentages in everyday life and helping them to understand just how important percentages are.